Using deprecated host classes
Starting June 1, 2020,
s1.nano and all
m1.* host classes are deprecated for Managed Service for PostgreSQL.
What this means for service users:
Now you can't change the host class to
m1.*for your cluster.
You can still operate your cluster if it uses the
m1.*class but you can't add new hosts of any class to such a cluster.
For example, you can migrate:
s2.micro: The most affordable host class with 100% guaranteed vCPU performance. Contains twice as many resources as
b2.medium: The closest host class in terms of computing resources. Costs less than
s1.nano, but the guaranteed vCPU performance is lower: 50% instead of 100%.
Pricing rules for earlier created
m1.*hosts don't change.
You can't restore a cluster from a backup to
m1.*hosts even if the backup was created from a cluster consisting of such hosts.